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explains how the girl was matched with her constant companion. >> reporter: noel michaels can barely wrap her arm as around her new dog tight enough. the 4-year-old was born with a chronic lung disease, a primi who arrived before her lungs could fully develop and now she's constantly tied to an oxygen tank. but noel won't have to lug this te ten-pound tank alone. >> we're add agnew family member to our home. that's what today is all about. >> reporter: monte is following the paw prints of mr. gibbs. >> this georgia girl with a similar lung condition and her service dog were on the "today" show. that segment inspired noel's mother to find the same help for her daughter. the michaels did some research and with donations, they collected $10,000 to get their own service dog. monte came from north star, the foundation typically provides dogs to autistic kids. but they took the challenge to match noel and monte. >> that a girl. >> reporter: monte was trained just for noel. >> tell me what you think about your dog? >> good. >> reporter: it's good? >> yeah. >> reporter: do you like him? >> yeah.
. >> i would love to go back and save michael collins. and certainly oscar schindler. yeah, that's maybe about it. >> the other ones you would go -- >> the jedi master, he could look after himself. >> this is all about change and how you've never changed. as an actor, look back over your career in your first performance to now, what is the one aspect of your acting that has never changed. >> i try and do what james cagney once said to a novice actress. he said you walk in the room, you plant your feet and you speak the truth. so i try and follow that dictum as much as possible that whatever the lines are that these writers have written, that when i speak them, i want audiences to believe the word that come out of my mouth. that is all i try and do. >> the particular set of skills that this character has, they are incredible. i wish i could do some of the things that brian mills does. in your daily -- is there something in your daily life, is there something where you say i wish i was brian at this moment. >> i would like to be 30 again for a start. no, he does certain sets of skills. i m
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. down toward fredericksburg 57. same in easton. and as we look outside on our michael & son weather camera, not bad at all this morning. really good visibility under clear skies. 64 degrees. winds are calm at reagan national on the humidity 78% but those dew points which were near 70 yesterday morning are now in the 50s. so as mike said a lot drier feel to the air and by the time we get to sunday a lot colder feel to the air. we got temperatures this morning i show you this map here because i want to show you the trends of the 30s and 40s up in the north. that's the high today. a foot of snow in northwest minnesota yesterday. but this cool air mass will dive south and east. be to dallas and oklahoma city tomorrow and be into detroit. 55. chicago only 51. be in the 70s on saturday for us but by sunday here comes the chill. 50s in greensboro and 48 in marquette. storm system spinning up here north of the lake superior. this is what brought the snow to northwestern minnesota. frontal boundary here entrying some rain -- bringing some rain into illinois and indiana and detroit. up toward
, gregg boyd, and michael vodaric. vodaaick.the officers said they caught anderson in drug deal on september 21ss...but witnesses claimed he was beaten by police.the results this week ssowed that anderson died of bllnt force trauma.and while ástrohmaná s a decorated officer... shot once while oo duty in 2010...the aatorney representing thee anderson's claims ... he has court documents that prove officers bbyd and odarick "this is a testamenn, when you allow bad police officers on force, they should have been accountable for their wrongful acttonn by the baltimore city police department"((take sot)) "this is a situation we've nevee experienceddbefore commissionee batts met with the family and officers involved, " "the officers ave not been charged with any wrongdoing. the baltimore city police homicide section will do aa indeeenddnt investigaitonn.. then, the city states' attorney wiil decide whhther any charges are filed. 3a hugg drug bust ... spanning severallccunties and states... county.these are just some of - the things policed recoverd ... cash allng with 680-thousa
, and michael vodaric. vodarick.strohman is a decorated officer...who was shot in tte line of duty here in 2010...on north calvert street.ssptember 21st...police initially said they had cauuht anthony anderson in a drug deal.but witnesses along with anderson'ssfamily say he was beat by police.an autopsy given to the family earlier this eee, revealed thatt anderson died of blunt ffrce trauma.tonight, the aatorney vodarick were ueddin the past 3 "this is a testamentt when you allow bad police officers on forcee hey shoold have been accountable for their wrongful actiins by theebaltimore city police depprtmenn" "this is a situation we've never experienced before commmssioner batts met withh the famill and officers so far, tte offiiers have not been charged with any wrongdoong.the process is this, the baltimore city police homicide seccion will invvstigaiton...then t ii up to the states' attorney on wheeher ay charges are filed. live ii downtown baltimore, jp fox45 news at ten. 3 pacused of stabbing a fellow bars eld without bail. crime and jussicc reporter joy lepola talked with the teen's
to talk about, post racial politics, and there is no such thing. we're nowhere near it. >> jamal: michael dawson said i don't want you to be post racial just be post racist. don't treat me differently because i'm a black man. people talk about barack obama going into the debate that he has to be careful of not being too arrogant. >> caller: that's part of it. that called being upitty. he loses regardless. he can be the uppity black man or the scary black guy that you don't want your kids to see. >> jamal: thank you, daryle. thanks for calling in. one of the things on this topic that is so fascinating to me. i keep trying to figure out who are the republicans appealing to on this question. look at how the american electorate votes, maybe the people who would be moved by a dog whistle are a little bit older. maybe they live outside of american cities, but they are not necessarily the young women in suburban areas. they are not parts of the coalition that republicans need to get. let's get one more call in. brandan in washington. >> caller: i wish democrats and liberals wou
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